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When the sky cries and the sun smiles, a ray of colourful light is a reminder of their alliance; to dance always. 

Easeful–Providing comfort or peace.
Nature gives me that.
It works in order, at its own pace void of who, what, where and when. 

Trees do not struggle to grow nor wonder how will they grow, they just do. They do so with other types of trees right next to them, side by side, swaying, saying sweet nothings to each other. It’s easeful. 

If we took cues from the ease at which the elements and all of nature work (together), our lives would be different. 

To experience ease, stop resisting or forcing. Align with your circadian rhythm. Allow others to do the same, and refrain from projecting onto them.



A Long Way From Home

Sometimes, it is necessary to look back. I randomly came across email exchanges from 14 years ago. What I saw shocked, embarrassed and made me laugh until tears fell. My verbal communication was abysmal. How did anyone ever engage in written conversation with me? and furthermore why? Were they nuts?! I didn’t go looking for …

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Treat It Like An Exam

Treat it like an exam. This came to me at 7:46am this morning.  I was pondering on the how’s of a particular thing. I quickly snapped out of it like a Raven Baxter premonition because the ‘how’ is none of my business. The ‘do’ is where it’s at. And by do, that means doing it …

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Accelerate Your Life

The New Year is fast approaching, and it’s the time many people begin to reflect and go over the year. It’s at this point that people panic and have great anxiety over what they did or didn’t do and resolve to do better…in the new year.Why wait, when you can get a headstart now. One …

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Little Pockets Of Joy

Joy is usually reserved for the ‘big’ moments. Moments like a new car, house, engagement, pregnancy, job and the like. It’s also solely thought of as something that is given to you, rather than something you can cultivate for yourself. This is where Little Pockets of Joy comes in. I believe in en•joy•ment of the …

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